Category Archives: Cloud Management

Dynamic Network Selection in request form with vRealize Automation 8

By | 25. June 2020

Special thanks go to Martin Petkov for his help on API questions. Self-Service offerings typically bring up the question: Who’s the consumer for the services offered? While in many cases this might be some type of end-users who don’t care much where the service is running there’s also a lot of use cases where skilled… Read More »

Kubernetes Application Deployment with Codestream

By | 4. June 2020

Deployment of a Kubernetes application into production requires a well-defined process. It is not only about the actual deployment but also about having the right test procedure in place as well as updating existing applications with new versions. In contrast to legacy applications where frequency of updates is rather low, modern containerized applications can have… Read More »

Kubernetes Single-Node Deployment

By | 2. June 2020

Special thanks to Christian Liebner and Jürgen Mutzberg for the joint work on this blog! Kubernetes is becoming more important in IT world. vRealize Automation has multiple ways to consume Kubernetes clusters reaching from Namespace-as-a-Service in Cloud Assembly up to full Kubernetes application in Codestream. For all those use cases it is required to have… Read More »

Automatic Update of vSphere Templates with Codestream

By | 20. April 2020

Before going into the details I would like to express my thanks to Andreas Diemer, Martin Kosturkov and Christian Liebner for their support in development and testing! Infrastructure as a Service is one of the key use cases of the VMware vRealize Automation solution. While there’s comprehensive ways to create simple or advanced blueprints, customers… Read More »

vRealize Automation 8 API, CLI, Terraform provider, Kubernetes – How developers can benefit from the platform

By | 24. January 2020

Consumption by Catalog A developer can use the graphical interface to model his service or simple use a yaml file and directly start the provisioning. Examples of YAML files can be provided by the IT department and e.g. stored on a github repository to give users access to them. Cloud Assembly syncs content from a… Read More »